are you serious? you never heard of a whoopie pie? laughing..OMG I have to teach you the basics of good eating..ha ha ha. let me show you a picture then you tell me what you guys call it. http://southernfood.about.com/library/graphics/whoopie.jpg
ok..no..i am picking back up. no problem there. i did have fun but i have to tell you, it was ALONE fun. i jmissed my family for sure. i am happy to be home. will be hard tonight we are having a couples dinner at our church, then tomorrow easter dinner..but will be careful. thats all I can say. how about you? any plans? do you have MSN, YAHOO or facebook?
ugh..no..went to bangor for business and though i was careful with my intake, i ate cream soup, fried chicken breast; but i did have salad with both meals..yayyy..what got me bad is the drinks..it was bad..it was bad...ha ha..half bottle wine, a marguarita, and three rum and cokes..ugh..not good. and today on the way home, i ate half a whoopie pie. i could not resist. how about you?
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